According to multiple news sources, police departments in several states – including California, Colorado, Illinois and Utah – are planning special DUI checkpoints on roadways for the Halloween holiday weekend.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety reported that Halloween is especially bad for drunken drivers on the roads.
Across the state of Colorado, law enforcement officers will increase patrols for DUI starting at 6:00 p.m. tonight until 3:00 a.m. on Nov. 2.
Utah state troopers warn residents, “If you’re going out to celebrate Halloween, be sure you have a designated driver.
Drunk driving is more common around holidays – and police forces across the nation know it. Lesson to be learned? If you’re going out this Halloween, be careful so you don’t end up with a DUI.